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. she died trying to protect her students, victoria soto was 27 years old. emilie parker was six years old, she is another victim of the tragedy and her father spoke publicly last night. he is the only parent to come forward publicly it talk about their terrible loss, because he wants everyone to know how special his little girl was. >> i would really like. >> to offer our deepest condolences to all of the families directly affected by the shooting. it's a horrific tragedy and we want everybody to know that our hearts and prayers go out to them. this includes the family of the shooter. i can't imagine how hard this experience must be for you. and i want you to know that our family and our love and our support goes out to you as well. my daughter emilie, would be one of the first ones to be standing and giving her love and support to all those victims. because that's the type of person that she is. not because of any parenting that my wife and i could have done, but because those are the gifts that were given to you by her heavenly father. i have two really good friends at home who have
. >>> emilie parker was just 6 years old. another one of the victims of this tragedy. her father spoke publicly and very emotionally last night. he's one of the only parents to come forward to talk openly about their terrible loss. it's because he said he wants everyone to know how special his little girl was. >> i would really like to offer our deepest condolences to all the families directly affected by this shooting. it's a horrific tragedy and we want everybody to know that our hearts and our prayers go out to them. this includes the family of the shooter. i can't imagine how hard this experience must be for you. and i want you to know that our family and our love and support goes out to you, as well. my daughter, emilie, would be one of the first ones to be standing and giving her love and support to all those victims. because that's the type of person that she is. not because of any parenting that my wife and i could have done, but because those are the gifts that were given to her by her heavenly father. i have two really good friends at home who set up a facebook page to help raise mone
, but before i have him talk, i just want to say that emily alice parker was the sweetest little girl i have ever known. my children are grieving. my siblings across the country are grieving. and we're just devastated that someone so beautiful and perfect is no longer going to be in our lives. and for no reason. and we can only pray we find understanding in the days and weeks to come. and one day find peace. but we were all blessed to have known her. and to have had her in our lives. there's been a fund that was set up by members of our families and friends back in utah that people have been donating to, and we would like to thank all of you for your donations to that. we're hoping to be able to use that to bring emilie back to utah for her final resting place with her family there. and we want to thank all of you who made those donations. i will turn this to rob parker. >> we're waiting to hear from the father now of this 6-year-old, emilie parker, shot and killed in the elementary school yesterday. that was -- that was emilie parker's aunt who was speaking, and her father, emilie parker's
noches. emily la pequeÑa retirada de un hospital en arizona por su madre em pleno tratamiento contra la leucemia. que padece. hecho que provocÓ la alerta entre las autoridades locales se encuentra en mÉxico y es atendida por doctores de ese paÍs. lo revelÓ su madre, que platico con luis me jied. >>> esta noche hay muchas preguntas en el caso de emily. la gente quiere saber en quÉ estÁ y en quÉ estado se encuentra. se encuentra el padre, josÉ luis branco monto. seÑor branco monto ¿donde estÁ emily. >>> emily estÁ en un cuidado, en mÉxico por las amenazas que recibiÓ mi esposa. angustia amenazas y y desprecios. de como madre indocumentada. que la rechazaron en contra de su voluntad. haciendo lo que... >>> disculpeme su hija recibÍa tratamiento. en este caso ella relz bio tratamiento y la sacaron ¿por quÉ la sacaron. >>> los mÉdicos dicen que la necesitan y que sinatra tamiento podrÍa morir. >>> ella estÁ bien. >>> ¿donde estÁ?. >>> mirando a los doctores en este momento, acaba de salir. >>> ¿en donde? quÉ doctores? ¿en quÉ hospital estÁ?. >>> viviÓ muchos recha
about his daughter emilie. and while he was emotional and just absolutely devastated, the compassion that he was able to show was stunning. kim la was there while he was talking to reporters and has more for us. kyung, tell us more. >> one of the things he wanted to say was thank you. one of the reasons he called reporters to this church here, a church heifer only belonged to for ate months because he moved here to take a job at the hospital to take care of newborn children. taking care of children then having to lose his child. he called reporters here. hen't wanted to say thank you because so many people had reached out to his family to say we are so sorry, we are so horrifie horrified. you know, you can imagine how this man feels. he lost his child, but he wanted to take that moment and then express that he wanted to make sure that people understood that society should not be defined by this moment. here's a little bit of what have he said. >> i was leaving to work and she woke up before i left and, i've actually been teaching her portuguese. and so our last conversation was in po
que estÉ serenamente preparado. >>> emily bracamontes aseguran que en mÉxico estÁ mejor. y miles de peregrinos rinden homenaje a la virgen rogandole que le de salud y fe a ellos y sus familiares. asÍ comenzamos. ♪ ♪ >>> este su "noticiero univisiÓn" con jorge ramos y marÍa elena salinas. >>> quÉ tal, buenas noches, el duelo por la muerte de jenni rivera y otras 6 personas se magnifica, aunque se presume que murieron todos no hay cuerpos que velar, solo restos humanos, y aÚn no fueron identificados, como parte de esta cobertura, marÍa antonieta explora el lento y doloroso proceso de identificar a los seres queridos. >>> si bien las labores de bÚsqueda y rescate terminaron en la sierra, luego del traslado a monterrey siguiÓ una minuciosa tarea. >>> serÍa grave que entregues un cuerpo pensando que es el de jenni rivera y ella no subiÓ al aviÓn. quÉ tenemos? que dicen que se subiÓ. no hay una prueba de esto. entonces, una vez analizado el adn se sabrÁ si es ella. igual con todos los demÁs. >>> fue hasta hoy que aquÍ que los familiares de los 7 ocupantes ya dieron mue
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n, edición nocturna. >> la policía de phoenix está investigando el caso de emily, en diálogo con univisión el padre dijo que su hija recibe buen tratamiento. >> luis mejit tiene las explicaciones de padre. >> ahora todos quieren saber donde está y como está emily. >> ella está bien, en buena salud, en buen estado de salud. >> dice que su hija está en méxico donde recibe tratamiento efectivo para leucemia. >> eso es lo que duele, están haciendo saber que nosotros la llevamos a que muera, no, la llevamos a un lugar mejor. >> sin tratamiento, ella puede morir y por eso las autoridades la quieren encontrar. >> la palabra del padre no basta dijo la policía. >> no solo podemos tener la palabra de la persona sino que también confirmar. >> lo primordial para ellos, es estar seguro quien iba a pagar. >> ¿por qué acosarnos tanto? de que tenemos que tener otra aseguranza. >> bajo los leyes federales, los hospitales no pueden negar tratamiento, la niña estaba recibiendo tratamiento, pero los padres estaban recibiendo eso. >> si la familia de emily tiene preguntas sobre su tratamiento, que
almaguer reports, the parents say the hospital put her at risk. >> reporter: 11-year-old emily was last seen with her mother, the young leukemia patient spotted on surveillance cameras walking through an arizona hospital last wednesday at 10:25 p.m. ducking into a bathroom, police say her mother removed emily "i.v., which was connected to a chest catheter, changed her clothes and drove away from the hospital. >> she's fine. >> reporter: nbc news sat down with emily's father in california, while her mother was on the phone from mexico. emily's parents say their daughter is now being treated by doctors in mexico. they won't say where. but police call their actions reckless. >> there is a criminal element to this from the standpoint that we don't know the motive or reason why mom removed emily from the hospital. >> reporter: investigators say what happened at phoenix children's hospital may be a case of child endangerment. they worry the catheter still in emily's heart could become infected. >> we've been told that by doctors is that the minute that this little girl gets an infection, cert
tonight. kyung lah, you were there earlier when the father of emilie parker came out of his house and wanted to tell people, wanted to talk to tv cameras and just talk in a very human way about his daughter, about what she was like, about the life she lived. >> and he was very clear that the reason he wanted to come out and face cameras -- he knows this is national television, he wanted to make sure that people across the country knew that he wanted to say thank you and he also wanted to share a message, that we're better than this, that society cannot be defined by this single act. he lost a 6-year-old girl. and it's one thing to think about the number. it's a totally different thing to watch this man talk, to look at the pictures of this beautiful girl and to fully comprehend that this family has suffered a true, true loss. here's what he told us. >> i was leaving to work, and she woke up before i left. and i've actually been teaching her portuguese. so our last conversation was in portuguese. she told me good morning. and asked how i was doing. and i said that i was doing well.
is from their parents, publicly sharing their grief. you were there earlier when the father of emilie parker came out of his house and wanted to tell people. wanted to talk to tv cameras, and just talk in a very human way about his daughter, about what she was like. about the life she lived. >> reporter: and he was very clear what the reason he wanted to come out and face cameras, you know, he knows this is national television. he wanted to make sure that people across the country knew that he wanted to say thank you. and he also wanted to share a message that we're better than this. that society cannot be defined by this single act. he lost a six-year-old girl. and it is one thing to think about the number. it is a totally different thing to watch this man talk, to look at the pictures of this beautiful girl. and to fully comprehend that this family has suffered a true, true loss. here is what he told us. >> i was leaving to work, and -- she woke up before i left. and i actually had been teaching her portugese, so our last conversation was in portugese. she told me good morning. and
cameras to remember a child they described as incredible but in remembering little emilie parker, they said, they're praying for the shooter's family, too, because that's what she would have wanted. kyung lah was there. kyung, what stuck out to you most of all when you were talking to these people and you watched all of this? >> the ability of them to be able to still think of other people and society in the face of an unspeakable loss. if you're a parent, if you have children who you love and you think about this happening to yourself, it's really hard to comprehend, then being able to face national cameras, reporters and make a statement about society. but that's what this family has done. and here is a little bit of what they said. >> emilie was a mentor to her two little sisters and delighted in teaching them how to read, dance and find the simple joys in life. emilie's laughter was infectious and all those who had the pleasure to meet her would agree that this world is a better place because she's been in it. >> emilie alice parker was the sweetest little girl i've ever know
but in remembering little emilie parker, they said, they're praying for the shooter's family, too, because that's what she would have wanted. kyung lah was there. kyung, what stuck out to you most of all when you were talking to these people and you watched all of this? >> the ability of them to be able to still think of other people and society in the face of an unspeakable loss. if you're a parent, if you have children who you love and you think about this happening to yourself, it's really hard to comprehend, then being able to face national cameras, reporters and make a statement about society. but that's what this family has done. and here is a little bit of what they said. >> emilie was a mentor to her two little sisters and delighted in teaching them how to read, dance and find the simple joys in life. emilie's laughter was infectious and all those who had the pleasure to meet her would agree that this world is a better place because she's been in it. >> emilie alice parker was the sweetest little girl i've ever known. my children are grieving. my siblings across the country are grieving
razones mÁs dolorosas afirman que la pequeÑa emily contrajo una infecciÓn en el brazo derecho que tras varias cirugÍas acabÓ siendo amputado. >>> le dijeron a mi esposa. >>> al salir del hospital sin la Última revisiÓn la madre puso la vida de emily fuera de peligro, ya que la niÑa tiene un catÉter que podrÍa infectarse. >>> estamos buscando a la niÑa y hasta el momento los cargos son una posibilidad, pero hasta el momento nos preocupa la niÑa. >>> dicen que han pedido la ayuda a las autoridades para lo localizar a la niÑa y la madre, podrÍa enfrentar cargos mientras la mamÁ insiste que no le quedaron mÁs alternativos que llevÁrselas porque el segundo del padre estaba llegando a su tope forma dice que temiÓ lo peor. >>> usted tenÍa que le fueran a quitar los derechos sobre su niÑa? >>> tenÍa miedo que no pudiera, yo querÍa llego aro a mÉxico. >>> la pareja dice que la niÑa estÁ en buenas manos y bajo cuidado mÉdico. >>> ¿cÓmo estÁs? emily? >>> (hablan inglÉs) para este padre todo estÁ mal, aunque afirma que la enfermedades de la pequeÑa estÁ en remosiÓn e
were laid to rest, left to right, josephine gay, anna marquez-greene and emilie parker. >> today we had a beautiful tribute to emilie and we said our final good-byes today. it was so special to have family together, to sing songs that were emilie's favorites. >> after the holidays, the survivors of the sandy hook shooting will return to school. they'll be in a new building, but it will be filled with all the furniture and artwork from their old school. >>> one new jersey school district plans to have armed police officers in all of their schools starting when classes resume after the holidays. the mayor says he made the decision before the nra made the suggestion on friday. they actually had armed guards in some of the schools already. new jersey governor chris christie on the other hand thinks armed guards in schools aren't the answer to gun violence and that problem. >>> to washington now and the negotiations over the fiscal cliff. actually, there really aren't any negotiations now. the president is in hawaii. we're in a bit of a holding pattern as both sides dig in their heels. the m
. and in time, we'll heal. >>> we find comfort reflecting on the incredible person that emilie was and how many lives that she was able to touch in her short time here on earth. emilie was bright. creative and very loving. emilie was always willing to try new things, other than food. she loved to use her talents to touch everyone that she came into contact with, she was an exceptional artist and she always carried around her markers and pencils so that she never missed an opportunity to draw a picture or make a card for those around her. i can't count the number of times emilie noticed someone feeling sad or frustrated, rush to get a paper, to draw a picture or write a note. >> this was the father of this beautiful 6-year-old girl emilie parker, one of the 20 children murdered on friday at newtown, connecticut. one of the most touching tributes came from saturday night live which opened the show with a children's choir singing "silent night." ♪ holy night ♪ all is calm, all is bright ♪ round your virrin mother and child ♪ ♪ holy infant so tender and mild ♪ ♪ sleep in heavenly peac
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wrong. >>> search continues for an 11-year-old cancer patient. police say the girl known as emily was taken from a phoenix hospital, by her mother, the day before she was scheduled to be discharged. hospital surveillance video captured emily, a young boy and her mother walking out of the hospital 10:30 p.m. wednesday. >> this case, we have an 11-year-old girl who can't decide for herself, her parents are removing her from the hospital and putting her in danger. highly likely she could obtain infection and die within a couple of dies. -- a couple of days. >>> emily and her family were seen driving away in a black minivan. coming up at 7:00, why police feel emily's family may be especially difficult to track down. >>> three firefighters injured at the scene of a rain-related accident. hit by a skidding vehicle caught on video. >>> uns had of schools are about to try a new experiment to close the learning >>> good morning. monday aftermath juror storms. looking -- aftermath of major storms . >>> ford is moving quickly to address safety issues after announcing latest recall more than
esposa toparon la mejmar la decisiÓn para su hija. >>> esta es emily >>> sÓlo fotos de emily de bebÉ lograron arrancarle una sonrisa a luis bracamontes, porque fueron antes de la leucemia, antes que la infecciÓn cobro el brazo derecho y antes que su madre la sacara del hospital de phoenix >>> usted me asegura que esa niÑa estÁ bajo el cuidado de mÉdicos certificados >>> sÍ claro que si, mirÁndolos los a oncÓlogos y ha tenido tratamiento, leve quimio >>> pero la policia sabe que las b policias estÁn buscando >>> los padress siempre deben actuar de buen interÉs, cuando saca a la niÑa, este no es protecciÓn >>> basÁndose en los informe mÉdicos, Álvarez dijo que nor para bracamontes podrÍa enfrentar problemas criminal porque la niÑa tiene un cateter >>> por su lado el padre dijo que el cateter estÁ siendo observado por especialistas y no querÍa eevitarla mÁs sufrimient a su hija >>> emily Échale la culpa a tus padres porque no tienes a se aseguranza y no serÁs dada de alta >>> se lo dijeron la ficha > a la niÑa >>> ante la denuncia el hospital estÁ preocupado y que
. elaine quijano has more. >> reporter: two years ago emily whitehead was just five when her mother carry felt something was wrong. >> i noticed one evening when i was giving her a bath that she had a lot of black and blue mark its all over her body. >> emily had a.l.l., acute lymphoblastic leukemia, curable in 85% of children who undergo chemotherapy. >> but for emily, chemo didn't work. she thinks her dog lucy knew it first when her cancer came back. >> she wouldn't play with me, she would just sit. >> reporter: do you think she knew you were sick? >> yeah. >> reporter: emily was too sick for more chemo so her family turned to an experimental therapy at the children's hospital of philadelphia. dr. steven grupp is leading the study. >> this is a whole new way of treating cancer. and the idea is that we're redirecting the cells of the immune system against the cancer. >> reporter: scientists use the patients own immune cells called t-cells, white blood cells that help fight infection. they remove the t-cells genetically engineer them to attack leukemia cells, and inject them back into the
traditional chemotherapy failed. >> reporter: emily whitehead was just 5 years old when her mother, carrie, noticed alarming symptoms. carrie researched them on line. >> stumbling, nosebleeds. the first thing that pops up is leukemia. >> reporter: emily had all, acute lymphoplastic leukemia, a disease that s curable in most children who go through chemotherapy. but emily was among the 15% of children for whom chemo didn't work. she thinks her dog, lucy, knew it first when her cancer came back. >> she wouldn't play with me or anything. she would just sit. >> reporter: do you think she knew you were sick? >> yeah. >> reporter: emily's family turned to an experimental therapy at the children's hospital of philadelphia. dr. steven gruff is leading the study. >> the idea is that we're redirecting the cells of the immune system against the cancer. >> reporter: scientists use the patient's own immune cells called t-cells. white blood cells that help fight infections. they remove the cells, genetically engineer them to attack leukemia cells, and inject them back into the patient. the engineered t-
each person killed. one person you may be familiar with is emilie parker, just 6 years old. her father, robert, spoke publicly last night, one of the only parents to have come forward to speak publicly after this tragedy. here is some of what he said. >> emilie was a noerpt her two little sisters, delighting in teaching them,read, dance and find the simple joys in life. emilie's laughter was infection and all those who had the pleasure to meet her would agree that this world is a better place because she has been in it. >> faept wept on to talk about how strong his little girl was. he has two other daughters. imagine trying to explain the loss of emilie to those daughters. don lemon has been learning more information about the -- the mother of this here is the. don, what are you hearing? >> hi, anderson, we are here down at the square. we have been talking to people as well. they have been coming up us to. you have been witnessing the same thing. show you the memorial, we came here, got here yesterday, when i did. this was a very small memorial, just 26 candles here for the victims who
semana desde que emily bracamontes la sacaron de un hospital en arizona, la pregunta es dÓnde la tienen? su caso acaparÓ la atencion nacional, las autoridad tratan de determinar quiÉn es culpable que la niÑa haya desaparecido, los padres dicen que estaba en su derecho sacarla para recibir tratamiento alternativo por su leucelia, nuestro corresponsal tiene el informe. >>> desde que la semana pasada su madre se la llevÓ del hospital, todos quieren saber dÓnde estÁ y cÓmo estÁ emily, su padre da la respuesta. >>> estÁ bien, en buen salud, en buen estado de salud. >>> luis dijo que su hija estÁ en mÉxico recibe un tratamiento mÁs efectivo para la leucemia, y dijo que a pesar de criticas todo lo hicieron pensando en ella. >>> eso duele. que dÁnhaciendo saber que la llevamos por y a que muera en otro lado. no, la llevamos a un lugar mejor. para por su bien. >>> sin tratamiento emily puede morir, por eso autoridades la quieren encontrar. >>> la policÍa dijo que la palabra del padre no basta. >>> en cada investigaciÓn que hacemos, podemos obtecner la palabra de una persona, y con
really glad that emily, the director is here but i know that the policy director ann leman will be giving the presentation along with gene who is the senior employee assistance counselor employee assistance, and there is a number of other speakers at public comment that will present on the resolution, is straight sfo ward forward and going to urge and direct the department to develop materials there is already a great body of materials right now, but to develop further materials about what employees, including the department heads and managers should know about domestic violence and how to, for example, how to spot, signs of domestic violence in the workplace. we are working on other legislation that will come later on the status of women but this is one piece that will help to raise awareness of all city employees and also, contractors that work with the city as well. and it also asks the department or the commission on the status of women and their department to work with other city departments to distribute such information to employees contractors and grantees and other organizations
's emily schmidt. >> reporter: a white house photo op. >> this is an opportunity to meet with my wonderful cabinet. >> reporter: an imminent cabinet shuffle is expected. >> the president has got a lot of very good people to choose from, but he wants to put together a team, especially in international affairs, a team overall that going into the second term doesn't look like a group of second stringers. >> reporter: it's already politically charges. susan rice is thought to be a leading contender, but some republicans have been highly critical of rice following the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. >> when they go after the u.n. ambassador apparently because they think she's an easy target, then they even got a problem with me. >> senator mccain. >> thank you very much, mr. secretary. >> senator jokingly gave the post to senator john kerry. >> i think john kerry would be an excellent appointment and easily confirmed by his colleagues. >> he's also listed as a potential defense tair th secretary. ashton carter is on the list and former nebraska senator chuck hagel, a republican, could re
the brutal mass six-year-old emilie parker and jesse lewis. tomorrow, the medical examiner will conduct autopsies on adam lanza and his mother. and the families will begin the process of laying their loved ones to rest. jim. >> axelrod: margaret, thank you. it is still unclear what if any connection the gunman's mother had to the school. but we do know the weapons adam lanza used to kill his victims came from her home. bob orr is in washington with more on the investigation. good evening, bob. >> reporter: good evening, jim. as new details emerge, the scope of the horror explains. gunman adam lanza apparently sprayed two classrooms at sandy hook elementary school with relentless fire from a semiautomatic assault rifle. it was a massacre, and most of the victims were first graders. autopsies on the bodies of the children revealed that many, if not all, had been shot multiple times. wayne carver is the chief medical examiner for connecticut. >> i only did seven of the autopsies. the victims i had ranged from 3 to 11 wounds apiece and i only saw two of them with close-range shooting. >> re
-year-old by the name of emily parker, only moments ago her father, robbie, he moved this community from the west side of the united states eight months ago and you can imagine how emotional his response was here tonight. >> at this time our thanks go out to so many people, so many friends and family and complete strangers who we don't know, for all the love, condolences and support you've given to us. my daughter, emily, would be one of the first to be standing and give up her love and support to all those victims because that's the type of person that she is. not because of any parenting that my wife and i could have done, but because those are the gifts that were given to her by her heavenly father. >> bill: there is more from robbie parker in a moment. but first, we want to take you live to new hampshire. this is a spokesperson now for the lanza family and the police department up there, this is the first time we've heard on behalf of peter lanza, the father of the alleged gunman and his son, ryan, age 24, who lived in hoboken, new jersey. let's drop in there now in new hampshire. >> the loss we a
. josephine grace gay, who celebrated her 7th birthday. and emilie alice parker. lots of backlash for the nra for their statement friday. gabby and i are extremely disappointed by the nra's defiant suppose. they could have chosen to be a voice for the own members who want common sense, reasonable safeguards on deadly firearms. but instead it chose to defend extreme pro gun positions that aren't even popular among the law-abiding gun owners it represents. the national rifle association is speaking out on the massacre, saying the answer is to deploy armed guards at schools. and they're not the only ones joining the debate. >> columbine. >> virginia tech. >> tucson. >> aurora. >> ft. hood. >> oak creek. >> newtown. >> newtown. >> newtown. >> newtown. >> how many more? >> how many more? >> how many more colleges? >> how many more classrooms? >> how many more movie theatres? >> how many more houses of faith? >> how many more shopping malls? >> how many more street corners? >> how many more? >> how many more? >> enough. >> enough. >> enough. >> well, this group of artists joined mayors against ille
. all of them were either 6 or 7 years old. among them, was emily parker. her father says she could light up a room and was an exceptional artist who always carried around markers and pencils to draw for anyone. her dad said he dwav her a kiss the last time he saw her alive. six adults lost their lives in that tragic shooting. that includes 47-year-old principal dawn hochsprung who was married and had two daughters and three st stepdaughters. one parent said hochsprung was always smiling. and school sipsychologist mary sherlach loved to garden. they will miss her terribly and take comfort knowing she had achieved that dream. the gunman also took the life of a 27-year-old first grade teacher who is being hailed around the world for her bravery. ♪ amazing grace how sweet the sound ♪ >> hundreds of people sang "amazing grace" at a candlelight vigil for victoria soto in her hometown. she moved her students from the classroom door when they heard the gun shots ringing out. she faced the gunman when he stormed in and he shot her. i spoke yesterday with two parents whose son, by what t
of this unintended acceleration in the past. >> thank you very much. >>> just ahead, remembering emily, anna and josephine. her family called her joey. their funerals over the holiday week were the last ones in the newtown tragedy. difficult days are ahead for their families and on the we will remember the indelible mark these three first graders made. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] everyone deserves the gift of all day pain relief. this season, discover aleve. all day pain relief with just two pills. aww man. [ male announcer ] returns are easy with free pickup from the u.s. postal service. we'll even drop off boxes if you need them. visit usps.com pay, print, and have it picked up for free. any time of year. ♪ nice sweater. thank you. ♪ share brotherly love. share one up's. mom ? mom ? the share everything plan. lets your family share a pool of data across 10 devices with unlimited talk and text. now get a lucid by lg, free. >>> no one could have predicted how life would change 12 days ago in newtown, connecticut. this has been a wrenching time. many difficult days lie ahead. there are no
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because it could be child neglect or endangerment. >> reporter: watch as emily, a leukemia patient, follows her mother into a hospital wednesday. both exit the bathroom and walk out of the hospital. emily is seen wearing a wig. her father drives them away in a black ford minivan. emily was scheduled to be released the following day. but instead, the mother removed the iv from her chest catheter, which doctors fear could lead to infection. >> she does not have the seal from staff. we understand it's likely she could get an infection and die within a couple days. >> reporter: police canvassing parts of arizona, california and mexico trying to find them. they say if anything happening to young emily, her parents could face charges. >> thanks tonight. >>> more ahead on "world news." the dolphin drama. playing out. the terrifying moments with the parents and daughter caught on tape. tonight, they are speaking out about what happened at in moment right there at seaworld. back in a moment. before copd... i took my son fishing every year. we had a great spot, not easy to find, but worth it
everyone. we remember emily tonight and all of the others in a coverage that stunned the nation . you will hear the radio transmissions of the police rushing to the scene. trying to save the children, some of them who didn't stand a chance. >> i have bodies here. but get the ambulances . this is america. we don't let frequent heartburn come between us and what we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day afr day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] e pill eachmorning. 24 hours. zero heartbur neural speeds increasing to 4g lte. brain upgrading to a quad-core processor. predictive intelligence with google now complete. introducing droid dna by htc. it's not an upgrade to your phone. it's an upgrade to yourself. ♪ ooh baby, can i do for you today? ♪ [ female announcer ] need help keeping your digestive balance? align can help. nly align has bifantis, a patented probiotic that naturally helps maintain your digestive balance. try align to help retain a balanced digestive system. try the #1
. at first emily's father denied knowing where his daughter was. now he says his family had good reason to move her from the hospital early. after a week-long search for 11-year-old emily, last seen here at phoenix children's hospital, emily's father has come forward to announce she is safe in mexico. >> hi, daddy. >> hi. >> how are you? >> good. >> reporter: in this interview on nbc's "today" show, luis claims his wife took emily while she was receiving cancer treatment because she had contracted an infection in her right arm which had to be amputated. he also says his family was being pressured over medical bills and insurance. >> i'm very upset, angry, and, without any answers and what happened. why we were treated this way. >> reporter: but doctors and police believe emily's parents put the 11-year-old leukemia patient's life in danger because she had a catheter in her heart which they say could have led to a deadly infection. >> people don't want medical attention can leave. in this particular case though we have again an 11-year-old girl who can't decide for herself. >> reporter:
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